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really feel badly for this family next to us. they've been my neighbors for a long time. >> reporter: the family who lost this home tell me they'll be staying with relatives, grateful nobody lost their life. this woman was evacuated, but convinced firefighters to go back to the apartment to rescue the puppies. >> my kids are the most important, but i can't leave my animals behind. >> reporter: firefighters tell me they will remain here in the neighborhood for the night to keep an eye on hot spots. ktvu channel 2 news. >> our team coverage begins with ken who is live with what we have learned about the cause of the fire. >> reporter: streets are still closed here. fire officials say they know where the fire started, but they admit they may never know exactly how it started. it was called in at 3:39 this afternoon, a fire burning along the shoulder of the eastbound lanes of interstate 80 when there was a cigarette or a spark from a vehicle or something else, but nothing has been determined. it was a challenge for firefighters. >> it's extremely hard and moves extremely fast. you lit
escorted us through the construction zone. near the tunnel, special trucks applied a final protective coating to the roadway but connection to the new bridge has not been completed. >> these columns of where a permanent onramp from yerba buena island to the new span will be built. but the most critical work is moving forward. asphalt trucks coming from pleasanton has awaited moving ahead as scheduled. >> they're averaging 37 minutes from their plant to the construction site. >> reporter: back out here live here's another live look at the work that's going on. appears to be some surveying going on before they do some additional paving leading back to the toll plaza. managers aren't able to say that they are ahead of schedule but they do say they always leave room for error during big construction projects like these. it's still possible that the new bay bridge could be open for business as early as late monday. eric rasmussen. >>> the new bay bridge span has been years in the making and progress has sometimes seemed to move at a snail's pace. but caltrans gave us this sped up view. >>
. >> reporter: that server came up to us and said she wanted to talk to us about it because she opportunity want the robbers get away with it. 20-year-old amanda says the restaurant had just closed saturday evening when two men burst into the back office where she, her manager and a chef had the days receipts out. >> they kept saying, give me the money, where is the safe. we said, here is the money, the safe is open. >> there were guns pointed at our heads. >> we're asking the public to help us out with this. possibly identifying. >> reporter: walnut creek police showeds us police video. this suv leaving and another possibly the same vehicle from a different angle. >> the vehicle involved we believe is a light colored suv. there's a roof rack on top of it that stand out a little bit. we're looking for any information that anyone might have of the suspects involved in this. >> reporter: it's a reminder for merchants be careful at closing. >> when you have large amounts of min changing hands at night. it's a window of opportunity for those who want to take it. >> do you think that downtown is stil
a stethoscope, even had an id badge. new details tonight from amber lee. she tells us a facebook posting led to the woman's arrest. amber? >> reporter: julie, the sheriff's department tells us, the woman accused of impersonating the nurse was arrested at this parking lot behind valley medical center. investigators are still looking at why she did it, and for how long. >> 29-year-old crystal cook of felton is facing two charges of impersonating a county employee, and possessing a fake hospital id card. because the charges are misdemeanors, she was released not long after she was arrested friday. >> looks very familiar to me. >> we showed the hospital worker this photo of cook. >> when was the last time you saw her? >> i don't know exactly the time, but the face is very familiar. >> several times? >> i have seen this face. you see the face, and you remember. that's what i think i have seen her face. >> reporter: valley medical center says an employee with cal star, an air ambulance service alerted the hospital thursday afternoon, after seeing cook's postings on facebook, claiming to be a hospi
council person tells us it's a bill worth considering and the other says it's a nanny bill. maureen naylor has the story. >> reporter: under the proposal outlining this new memo at any vending machine at city facilities they would have to get rid of the energy drinks they have above. they could keep the apple juice in the middle but eliminate the sodas below. >>> a change for the bay area's largest city may put the lock on soda machines at libraries and community centers if this san jose city councilman has his way. >> there's not a mandate telling folks what they can and cannot drink. it's simply saying at city facilities we're not going to provide unhealthy drinks that we know are loaded with sugar. >> reporter: under councilman ash kalba's new proposal all drinks with sweeteners and less than 50% real fruit juice would be prohibited along with milk more than 2% fat. >> whole milk is pretty good for whole children. this little guy has a calorie problem, so he needs a little whole milk now and then. >> there's other things they need to be focusing on. >> reporter: colver says it's not an
with us this photo of a father of 6 children, we spoke to a neighbor who says he's worry for his family. >> everyday something is going on down there, streets blocked off and taped off. you think downtown is safer because the police department is down here and the city hall is down here. >> it was not safe this afternoon, witnesses are too scared to go onto tell us and someone saw the ax as the weapon before he was shot and killed. >> others in the neighborhood are upset to see. >> believe me you are going to get caught and if you don't get caught, you are going to live with this for the rest of your life. >> reporter: family starts to gather around here and they continue to keep candles burning tonight, police say they have not made any arrest, live ktvu channel 2 news >>> marin's sheriff's deputy were called to find the living room covered in blood. she's identified tonight as 44a . u.s. park police spotted him getting off th of the bus. they say he was armed with the knif covered in blood. 22-year-old aldana is hospitalized and authorities say he will face a murder charge. >>> the c
was last seen with sandra coke the. we go to eric rasmussen. >> reporter: police tell us they will be searching by land and by water. this could go on all night long. we have detectives out here. search and rescue teams even members of the fbi. police confirmed a man sandra coke once dated is a person of interest. he is in custody but they have not said if he's the one that gave them the information that led them here tonight. even though it's after dark. police say they launched this search as soon as they learned this might be where they could find sandra coke. the 50-year-old woman from oakland as been missing since sunday evening. >> we're still treating this as a missing person we're also looking at this from an angle if there is foul play involved. >> reporter: police also confirmed they've identified 56- year-old randy alana as a person of interest. alana who has prior convictions of kidnap and rape was picked up a few days ago. he had recently contacted alana. tonight police revealed alana had been seen with coke the night of the disappearance. >> i can't share wi
. we get the latest from ken wayne. he's been on the frontlines for two days now, and joins us from the command center along highway 120, which is still closed tonight between groveland and yosemite. >> reporter: there are now 1,080 firefighters from as far away as san diego and bend, oregon, working this fire. the day side crews are getting a meal. night side crews are out there on the fire lines, hoping to contain this fire, which is now just 5% contained. meantime, about 8 miles away, an advisory evacuation is underway in pine mountain lake. sheriffs deputies are going door-to-door, telling residents they should leave their homes, because the fire is getting dangerously close. deputies get their name so they'll know who to look for if the fire moves in. the fire's movement today proved to be very unpredictable. there were some tense moments at the fire command post, as heavy black smoke began billowing from the forest at the camp's edge. soon large flames appeared, and it became clear the fire was heading straight for the camp, housing dozens of support vehicles and personnel. >>
on their to do list. we have team coverage beginning with debra. she is live at the toll plaza to show us the flurry of activity going on. >> reporter: frank, it's so busy, they could turn on the metering lights here. the white pile johns were just installed. they are working on paving and striping the westbound approach to the toll plaza. this is another notch in the timeline which cal-tran said is right on schedule. it's the rare day you can cruise toward the city with the bay bridge this empty. the only traffic now is construction and media care vans. >> a tremendous amount of excitement. everyone is feeling very confident. we are on track. >> reporter: on track demolishing thousand feet of the old upper deck, looking east, you can see is crumbling. by this time tomorrow, a crane will be ready to replace it with the sections of pedestrian and bypass. >> a straight shot in. 50-miles an hour from one end of the bridge to the other. out with the old means no more braking for the dreaded s turn. >> you won't have to slow down going into the tunnel or coming out of the tunnel. >> >> reporte
there is still time to get a deal done. heather holmes tells us why tomorrow is shaping up to be a crucial day. >> reporter: frank, negotiators for one of the unions remained here upstairs with b.a.r.t. until just about a half hour ago, where representative the for the second union involved atu, they left about 6:30 tonight. chief negotiators did not sound very optimistic when they walked out. saying there had been progress on the smaller issues, but no progress at all on those three big economic issues. from a crowded evening commute on b.a.r.t., to no b.a.r.t. at all. the bay area braces for the possibility of a second strike. >> we've got four days left to bargain. of course there should be some concern. >> reporter: she said today's talks yielded no results on the major issues at the heart of this dispute. she accused of district of dragging its feet. >> we are waiting for their response. >> reporter: b.a.r.t.'s leading negotiator had limited response to talks about the progress of negotiation. >> you stated a little bit later than yesterday. >> ask the mediator. the mediators are controll
're letting us down. you know. they're leaving us stranded. >> the alameda contra costa district carries 1,100 passengers a day. >> we're a little more than 1% apart. the sticking point is on health and welfare patients to their premiums. currently we're asking them to pay 10% like all the other employees do. >> reporter: union workers tell us they haven't had a strike in 28 years and they're planning to work through tomorrow night to avoid a strike on wednesday morning. now reporting live, jana katsuyama, ktvu news. >>> and now to the b.a.r.t. labor dispute and a hearing set for wednesday morning. at that time b.a.r.t. and its unions are scheduled to line out their differences before governor brown. he will decide whether to impose a cooling off period for up to 60 days. a spokeswoman for b.a.r.t. said they asked the governor to intervene. the union said they're disappointed that it's come to this. >> we don't need cooling off, we don't need an investigation. we need b.a.r.t. to do this right. >> reporter: the unions and bart will present their negotiation. wednesday's hearing is open to
monitoring and joins us from oakland with the latest. >> heather, no breakthroughs, but a much better tone. and they are still packing. it's been 12 hours. a longer day than they usually put in. >> reporters eager for an any crumb of news are bound to see the arrival of food, lots of it as a positive sign the two sides in the bart talks are digging in on big issues. >> will be taking a working dinner break. that's all i have. >> is there anything different? anything better? >> everything every day is something different. >> it has been a strident week for both sides. workers giving their strike notice and marching. and bart's boss press her case for new trains, not higher salaries. >> not just about the service today but in the service in the future, in the next 100 years. >> riders are worried about the day to tomorrow. the misery of the shutdown still fresh. >> this is one of the needles. >> and bart janitors, talking about their job. >> clean up needles, urine in the elevator. we come out to try to keep it clean every day, but when the people come through. >> starting salary for them, 4
be with hannah anderson and that he may be headed to canada or texas. >>> the lessons learned from this first use of the notification system. >>> developing news now, take a look at our count down clock we are now less than two hours until a possible strike by ac transit bus driver. as the clock continues to tick down toward a midnight deadline, we've learned that the two sides of this ac transit dispute actually aren't that far apart. ktvu's jana katsuyama is live at the negotiation site in oakland with new information about the tenor of the talks, jana. >> reporter: that's right and frank i talked to a source who tells me that right now things are looking very positive and there is a feeling upstairs in the boardroom that they might actually be able to reach a deal tonight. now we were up there when they went into closed session at 6:30. they have been in there ever since. they say there's been significant progress since this morning but the bottom line is there's still no deal. for bus drivers it's a stressful time. not knowing whether a strike at midnight might leave them stranded tomorrow. >
with ktvu for alerts on whether the strike is on our off. download the ktvu app. follow us on twitter, or like us on facebook. >>> a distraught mother of a 1- year-old shot to death overnight as he laid next to his father. people offered prayers at the home of drew jackson. the baby and andrew thomas were both killed. tonight, the baby's mother leaned on friends and family for support as she pleaded for help to find the killer. >> my baby happened to be one of those kids that died over nothing. what if that was your child? what if that was your anything. you've got to say something. there's got to be something you have to say. >> there were several people inside the home. ktvu's mike mibach spoke with one of them, she was actually in the room right next door and told mike what happened right after those shots were fired. >> reporter: the call 2:46 a.m., the call, shots fired. >> that's my family. >> when i opened up the door, my sister is standing there with baby drew in her hand saying the baby was shot. >> reporter: in the other room, her nephew, and great-nephew. she identified the
>>> the sooner, the better, that's what transportation officials are telling us tonight about plans to fast track the opening of the eastern span of the bay bridge. frank somerville has the night off. >> i'm julie haener. the official decision comes tomorrow. the new eastern span opening on september 3. ktvu's noel walker is live now. >> reporter: that five day closure could happens a soon as two weeks from tonight, if they decide to go with the labor day opening. you see that v in the road. it's where the old and new spans meet. it will look completely different, whenever the new span opens. if the new bay bridge span was your new house, you would be planning moving day now. about up through tuesday, 5:00 a.m. >> reporter: the work flow charts are set. all we need is a date. like most new construction, the new bridge move in date is a new target. >> the old date was labor day weekend. they need to decide. >> reporter: while most roads point to labor day weekend, that decision will be made tomorrow morning. tonight, we narrow down the timing. >> no matter what weekend we do close at
said if racers can't use the bay for what it offers, wind, there is a problem. >> the venue is phenomenal, but now to say that we have to limit the wind not to let san francisco do what it's supposed to do is not really taking advantage of san francisco bay. >> reporter: today's second race was postponed. tomorrow spectators can catch the second anded their race and race four will be held on monday. the winner of the series will go on to the america's cup in september. >>> reporting live in san francisco, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now on the rough summer for america's cup. british sailor andrew simpson died may 9th during training. his team artemis returned for trials. other boats have been damaged, including one owned by the defending champion, oracle usa. >>> and with that, a piece of bay area history became history. as warren hall at cal state east bay was reduced to rubble today in near seconds. the bay area landmark was imploded today because it was seismically unsafe, but for scientists it serveds a learning lesson. patti lee in hayward with
from egypt with one grieving family member speaking to us and sharing his story tonight. >> these are people like us who's lives were cut short, suddenly. >> reporter: dozens of people with their own ties of egypt held candles and wore white in a way to honor those killed. >> that is my brother-in-law. >> reporter: he says his brother-in-law, 37-year-old man is among the hundreds killed in cairo yesterday. >> we were told he was shot yesterday by someone within the field hospital. we could not get ahold of him this morning when his id went on tv and people started saying this is an unclaimed body. this is his id. >> we showed him a photo and photos of his brother-in-law and two young children. tonight they prayed as the sun went down and lit candles and american and egyptian flags and they say they usually stay away from egyptian politics but they had to be herein cluing this gentleman who is about to start the first year here at the university. >> if i agree with their poe decision is important to honor the fact that they protested -- -- i don't agree with their posit
have recovered a missing body as searchers looked for sandra coke. ktvu's amber lee join us live from the scene. she's learned the body hasn 't yet been identified. but authorities are finding the lead even as the body was found in solano county. >> reporter: it would be pretty dark out here if it weren't for the lights we set up. the body was just found down the road. after hours of processing this crime scene. investigators pulled up just a short while ago. >> at 8:34 tonight. we saw the mobile police unit pull out. law enforcement tells me alameda has possession of the body found here. the extensive search for sandra coke of oakland focused on vallejo last night. but this afternoon crews shifted their search to vacaville. they found the body under a cluster of trees, close to interstate 80 behind a church and a pottery business. >> we are waiting official confirmation on the identity of the body. and then after that the next process will be to notify the next of kin. >> today's grim discovery comes five days after 50-year-old coke vanished. she's a criminal investigator for the cri
is not in session. some students and campus employees and teachers are on camp us to prepare for the start of classes at the end of the month. >> it is shocking. i can not imagine. there has been a lot of construction going on in this area. >> reporter: catherine said she graduated earlier this year but can can not help wondering about the life lost here. >> the person had a potential future and i remember walking these grounds and everything they experienced what that person was experiencing but it stopped today. >> reporter: the pipeline's coo tells me they will regroup tomorrow to decide when to resume construction here. he wants to pay his respects to the family and offer them a viceit to the site before anything continues here. >>> new video where investigators are working to find the cause of a fire that destroyed several units. firecrews say they aggressively attacked the blaze and doused the outside of the building and the brush surrounding it by water. four apartment units are uninhabitable. nobody was hurt. the 10-year-old anti antiyok boy killed sent us a picture of hunter. th
hernandez has the story. >> reporter: if you're not using a dumpster like this one or a dump, you're dumping illegally. and oakland says its crack down is going to cause violators every day they don't pay. someone dropped off a ratty couch near her apartment. it's not an isolated i -- incident. >> it's stuff that's broken or beat up or looks like someone moved out and decided not to take the stuff with them. >> reporter: the city's attorney just pulled its resources with the public works agency and the city works administration. up to $1,000 a day and with other fees and costs an average citation could cause upwards of $5,000. next month, barbara parker will ask the city council to bump up its fines and make a misdemeanor and infraction. >> it's costing them more for people to dump on the sidewalk. >> reporter: don't just focus in on what's dumped but also zero in on the license plate. >> i think they have a lot of picking up to do. there's a lot of dumping around here. >> reporter: which is why the city says enough is enough. these are photos of the city dumpers sent into the city by neigh
use b.a.r.t.. it's frustrating. we don't want to go on strike. all i can do is ask them and try to get them to understand where we're coming from. >> reporter: even if it means shouting to anyone who will listen. it was a peaceful march out here tonight. look at this, our camera caught a union leader stopping a woman who was writing messages in chalk in the middle of the street. . >>> two members much the b.a.r.t. board of directors sat in on the talks today. they say they observed no progress being made. and at this point said a strike seemed probable. >> whatever management is doing has not yielded the results everybody would like. >> james chang is the longest serving member. he said the board has been left out of the process but the woord has a -- board has a dut to be fiscally prudent. >>> we pick up with amber lee, live in san fransisco after talking with regular b.a.r.t. riders who are already making other plans. achler. >> reporter: tonight we spoke with workers at one business here in the financial district. they tell me they empathy with union workers but they're caught in th
heard from both sides. she's live in oakland and tells us the talks have now ended for this evening. >> reporter: burning the midnight oil? not. they were done before dark. they put in eight hours, some talks but they still don't see eye to eye. >> my objective is to try to settle the b.a.r.t. contract. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. negotiator not often seen or heard is now the face of this conflict. unions say if they resume their talks monday, it'll be because he put a chill on the entire team. >> they would like to talk more but when he's in the room they've stated they're not free to express theiropinion. >> we're far apart on pensions and we're far apart on medical. >> reporter: far, they got a game plan from them. she proceeded to stand by hawk. >> tom hawk is our negotiator, has been, will be. i don't tell the unions who to hire. they're not telling me who to hire. >> reporter: but she also call it is union great partners. >> they're really great people. i love them and this is a process that happens every four years. i'm sorry that it's disruptive to the bay area. >> that's very nic
? the third delay, 60 days we hope will do it this time. >> reporter: bart riders also tell us this their patience is running thing. >> c'mon in time is up. it's time for this to come to an agreement. >> reporter: tonight we're still waiting to hear from bart. we haven't seen their negotiators out here tonight and they haven't returned phone call and we're not alluded inside this building where negotiations are still going on right now. reporting live in oakland, patti lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now on the proposals by both sides bart has offered a 9% raise over four years. compared to the union's 15% raise over three years. bart would have employees contribute 2% of their pensions in the first year, with increases after that. the unions want a net .are 5% contribution after a separate raise. >>> and bart would cap its health insurance construction to basic plans while the union wants to limit employee contributions to 5% increases each year over the current contribution. stay request ktvu and ktvu.com for the latest on the bart negotiations and sign up for bre
look over my shoulder, the flames are burning about a half mile to 3/4 mile away from us. fires generally lay down at night and that has been happening here but every once in a while we'll see what is called torching where individual pine trees or groups of trees will suddenly burst into flames and believe it or not in the middle of all that flame, the orange area that you see on the side of that mountain lies highway 120 and that road of course is closed. we want to show you some pictures from earlier this evening. these photos were shot about an hour ago so the intensity of the flames as they are burning even after the sun went down. as i mentioned fires generally lay down at night. in this case there's still very intense flames burning 60, 80, perhaps 100 feet into the air even after nightfall. there's still about 200 firefighters working right now in the darkness trying to do what they can to bring this fire under control. it has been a very long day and it's bound to be a long night ahead. >> reporter: the flames are burning on both sides of lake road. this is cherry road t
of work on it. they comefullying through here. you know it's terrible. >> neighbors tell us the woman who lives in the home is now staying with family. >>> we're expecting to find out tomorrow what killed five women in a limo. the limo caught fire with 10 people inside. four women and the driver escaped but five other women including a new bride were killed. >>> helmet mounted cameras now off limit for all san francisco firefighters. this order came from the fire chief after footage from the asiana rescue went live. >> reporter: they're used by firefighters all over the country, we found more than a few helmet camera videos on the internet. battalion chief mark johnson wore a helmet cam when he and other firefighters responded to the crash of asiana214 in july. during that response a fire truck ran over a 16-year-old passenger killing her. recently firefighters say chief joanne hayes whitish shoed a verbal order that no one is to wear helmet cameras on the job. according to a spokesperson for the fire chief, the ban on cameras is not new. she points to a 2009 ban from firefighters having
. investigators showed us the hundreds of laptops, tablets, cell phones, and other stolen goods found in just one storage locker. the sting began last thursday morning. it started here at 7th and market. police tell me this is a known hot spot for thieves fencing stolen goods. >> we were able to see them loading and unloading. >> reporter: police say these items were taken during home burglaries, car break-ins, or just snatched from a victim's hand. some were stolen from stores. thieves lined backpacks with aluminum foil. >> it disabled the sensors. >> reporter: and it can disrupt gps tracking. >> a lot of these had power, too, when we found them. so they were newly stolen. >> reporter: now investigators are trying to return these items to their owners. charles fisher tells me his home was broken into eight days ago. he filed a police report. police say it was key in helping them track down fisher. >> i had no idea i would ever get it back. >> that was a nice surprise. >> yeah. >> i guess a really sick terminally ill woman, who owns this ipad, and they were able to return it to her. >> reporter:
on the oakland side of the bridge. they tell us crews will have torn up 1.2 square miles of road. it is all part of the carefully choreographed plan to get the new span open to traffic no later than tuesday morning. before that work could start though, we got to witness a little bit of history. the toll for this ford model a, $4. but it has the priceless opportunity to be the last car through the old span of the bay bridge. the major task of shutting down the bridge began more than an hour earlier. officers slowly reduced the flow of traffic. from the rooftop of the toll plaza, we could see some cars actually pulled over to the shoulder, trying to wait out the clock. instead, bob had made arrangements earlier this week to be the last car on the 76- year-old structure, yet even he says he's ready for the future. >> am i going to miss the old bridge? i don't think so. don't miss anything old. something new is always enjoyable. >> reporter: here's another look at the work that started minutes after authorities closed the bridge tonight. during this project, there will be 2,000 truck loads of asphal
's the strategy. >> we have crews out there, hopefully we can get some containment that way. because that gives us a chance while it lays down at night. >> reporter: carl crowtzer runs a wood working shop and the fire reminds him of another tragedy. >> my mother lost her house in a fire. that was hard on her and i don't wish it on anyone. >> it is what it is. yeah, yeah. >> reporter: are you prepared that your home might be gone when you go back? >> yes. >> reporter: for some the awaited relief is gone. and firefighters say it won't take long before this fire explodes again. >> it creep, it creeps at night. but when the sun hits it in the morning, it takes off, i mean it takes off big time. >> reporter: the sunset rung out a fire for firefighters to head out tonight. 1,400 firefighters will continue to fight the rim fire going night and day and hopefully continue to gain some ground. robert honda, ktvu news. >>> the forest service puts the cost of fighting the rim fire at $4.4 million and climbing. it's burned 2,200 acres, two homes have been destroyed. >> you heard how robert was talking about ho
colvin sent us these photos. aaron cabr era sent us this shot right after sunset. we want to see your photos when severe weather hits you can e- mail them to photos at ktvu.com or postthem to our facebook page. >>> and did you suspect live storm tracker 2 is lit up right now. the thunderstorms are coming from the east moving to the west. an unusual direction for us. right now we have thunderstorms activity showing up east of palo alto. we got reports of showers in this area as well. the main thunder storms are offshore. they've been offshore for the past few hours so folks are seeing lightning flashes from half-moon bay and pacifica. they're seeing lots of it. we're seeing a lot of lightning strikes above davenport as well. this is over the last hour, see the lightning strikes. especially right off pacifica, we have a lot of parts for pacifica. and moving offshore the the heavy lightning is offshore. behind this we have a red flag warning in effect through wednesday. this is why for this lightning strikes. this is what i'm watching right now. this area here as it moves up over the val
go using b.a.r.t. than the car. to avoid the bridge, avoid the traffic. >> i'm on the side of the worker. the every day person. >> reporter: except that's exactly who will pay the price if b.a.r.t. strikes. this family knows personally when they had to look for a different way of transportation at the last b.a.r.t. strike. because throwing out rider schedules also means smaller paychecks. >> i can't get to work together. i would have to pay more for the bus or taxi, pay a friend to get to work. >> reporter: maganago left the b.a.r.t. station today hoping tomorrow trains will still be, running. >> it's not a win-win situation in something like this. >> reporter: we're live at the north berkeley b.a.r.t. station. if a b.a.r.t. strike does occur, b.a.r.t. is scheduled to continue its late night service but come 9:00 a.m. it would not continue its regular trains. that's when they will ask people to take the bus if they can or car pool. jade hernandez, ktvu. >> this is what the traffic looked like the last time of a b.a.r.t. strike. traffic slowed to a crawl. during the evening
. >> reporter: the question now is what will be done with the money set aside. that money will now be used to pay the event producer for planning that was already done. >> we have a contract with the contractor that contractor did a certain amount of work we need to go through and figure that out and we'll move on from there. >> the remaining money will go into the general fund. we have learned that officials are planning to have the bike path open too for pedestrians and bicyclists. >> it's still going to be a construction zone. we also need to be clear that it's not as if you're going to a city park. >> reporter: bridge officials say they will not have time to complete this bike path all the way to yerba buena avenue. it will stop short of where that big power is. so just be warned there won't be any more capacities, some people might be able to actually see the scene from the bridge on opening day. reporting live from oakland, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> traffic is moving tonight in sonol after a postal truck overturned and snarled traffic for hours. the accident caused th
when they're not in the office. where do you want to take your business? call us. we can show you how at&t solutions can help you do what you do... even better. ♪ . >>> deadly flooding in the midwest and southeast as much as 10 more inches rain fell overnight. hups of communities are affected and colorado, and tennessee and in colorado floodwaters there carried away homes and debris, destroying dozens of cars. at least one person has been killed, three others are missing and more than half a dozen buildings there were severely damaged. >>> well, here in the bay area we can be thankful to small changes to our forecast. meteorologist mark tamayo. >> the only rainfall we had in the form of a tiny bit of drizzle expected once again tomorrow morning, especially along the coast and near the bay. we have been advertising a warm- up. temperatures ranged from the 60s in pacifica, lots of 80s around the bay, inland the warmest locations in the low to mid-80s and right now on the map, the fog regrouping and already lots of overcast from san josi and parts san francisco outside towards hayward
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